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On Medicine’s Cutting Edge

The Brain Keeping mentally sharp as we age is as important as staying physically fit. Our brain, like any other part of the body, benefits...

Serenity at Home

An Entertainer’s Dream Space This historic Tulsa domicile received a face-lift in the kitchen, dining and bath areas. Created in 1922, the home was built...

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All things Oklahoma

Festive and Frightful

There are plenty of ways to appreciate Halloween this month. Partake in the 2,000-year-old tradition with special programming and events that will frighten, fascinate...

Festive and Frightful

There are plenty of ways to appreciate Halloween this month. Partake in the 2,000-year-old tradition with special programming and events that will frighten, fascinate...

A Love/Skate Relationship

October is National Roller Skating Month – so it’s a great time to get the entire family rockin’ and rollin’ with year-round opportunities for...

Fabulous Foliage

When fall begins to hit Oklahoma, the leaves change colors and the views become spectacular. Generally, October is when the leaves start to shift...

Move Over, Hollywood

In the last several years, Oklahoma has become a popular spot to produce both television and film. With the Filmed in Oklahoma Act of...

Catching Crime

Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do when they come for you? And they will, indeed, come for you – with...

Gearing Up for Adventure

Riding a bike is more than a great form of exercise. It’s also a means to explore more of the state’s history, arts and...

Acting on Tradition

Now that the COVID-19 pandemic is slowly making its way out of the collective consciousness, there is a unique urge to be out and...

Studying the Spook

Goblins, ghouls, witches and more candy than commonsense have already started to line shelves and decorate homes. Children and adults alike are selecting their...

Touring Oklahoma’s Past

Look for summer road trip ideas? Get your planner out and create an itinerary of historical spots around Oklahoma. Starting in the middle – Oklahoma...

Working On and Off the Court

The Seattle SuperSonics came to Oklahoma City in 2008 and became the Thunder; since then, the team has remained beloved, winning a division title...

To Linda, Love Don

Most music is, in some sense, a collaboration. Often, it’s a posthumous one. Anytime an artist sets out to perform a piece of music...

Celebrating the American Spirit

One of Oklahoma’s latest developments is a $2 billion theme park that will contend with major amusement parks like Disneyland and Universal Studios. Named...
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Life & Style

a map to living well

Flock to the Canary Islands

Although the eight Canary Islands lie just 60 miles off the coast of Morocco, Africa, they belong to Spain and have for six centuries....

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Acting on Tradition

Now that the COVID-19 pandemic is slowly making its way out of the collective consciousness, there is a unique urge to be out and...

Flock to the Canary Islands

Although the eight Canary Islands lie just 60 miles off the coast of Morocco, Africa, they belong to Spain and have for six centuries....

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Made Entirely of Nostalgia and Joy

The night Elliot Nelson told his parents he was building a big Irish pub in downtown Tulsa, they drove to see the neighborhood for...

Much More Than Bar Food

Nestled comfortably on Main Street in Norman, the Winston is a favorite among college students and suburban Normanites alike.  To call the offerings of the...

Community First

Operating out of Foolish Things Coffee, et al., a James Beard Best New Restaurant semifinalist, will soon be your new favorite pop-up restaurant. et...

Piecing Togethera Delicious Puzzle

Best known as Chef Lupe, Guadalupe Garcia – chef-owner of Trompudo’s Tacos on May Avenue in Oklahoma City – has a generations-deep affinity for...

Gambill’s Jewish Deli

Located off Route 66 and Lewis Ave. sits your new favorite sandwich shop, Gambill’s Jewish Deli and Wine Bar. With an emphasis on dry-cured...

Momo’s Chophouse

With the highest-grade USDA Prime and dry-aged steaks, plus fresh, sustainable seafood, Momo’s Chophouse is one of Tulsa’s finest dining experiences. Momo’s strives to...

Flo’s Burger Diner

Flo’s Burger Diner is a classic ’50s-inspired burger joint with a menu that is as deep fried as it is delicious. With two locations...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

Fairs, Festivals and Frights

With autumn’s welcomed arrival, there are plenty of community events for the whole family to enjoy.  In Green Country, check out the First Friday Art...

Reimagined Classics and New Favorites Take the Stage

With October comes show-stopping performances throughout the state.  In Tulsa, start the month with Aladdin presented by Celebrity Attractions on Oct. 1 at the Tulsa...

Something for Everyone

Sports abound this month. FC Tulsa is taking to ONEOK field for a soccer match on Oct. 7. At the University of Tulsa, watch...

Killers, Cooks and Cannes

October is here! Don’t worry; we’ve got one spooky film this month as well as some other great looking heavy hitters.  Starting strong, we have...

Creativity Abounds

Looking for live entertainment to finish out the summer? Luckily, September is jam-packed with extraordinary performances all across the state.  At the PAC, Tulsans can...

Closers and Openers

While the weather is slowly starting to cool off, spend the last days of summer watching a plethora of sporting events.  With baseball season coming...

A Mixed Bag

With September comes a wide range of community centric events for the whole family.  For the artsy Tulsans, the First Friday Art Crawl kicks off...